Ghim Moh Food Centre with some 50 stalls is popular with local residents and also with workers from office blocks nearby because it has many good food stalls.
I will be returning again to check out their Penang style prawn mee.
You should come have a taste for yourself and let me know what you think?
I thought this was a good cheeseburger this time round, moist and smoky, with the sourness of the pickles and the slightly tart sauce coming through. Satisfying.
Homegrown burger stall Hammee’s Burgers is back from their brief hiatus with new and improved tweaks to their yummy burgers! Read more.
Fried chicken had a nice crisp turmeric batter that sealed in the juices in the meat.
Checking out New Lucky Claypot Rice 新鸿运瓦煲饭which was listed in the Michelin guide. The chicken claypot rice was cooked to order, thus there was a long wait.
New Lucky Claypot Rice at Holland Village serves a mean claypot, but avoid the soups.
The dining frenzy passed quickly and everything quietened down around 8pm when the wave of customers finished their dinner.
Comparing the standard of ramen, Ramen Taisho served quality and tasty Ramen in the heartlands. Pricing wise, it is also relatively reasonable for the standard that we are paying for.
This was quite a good ramen. The gyokai tonkotsu ramen had a good pork, powdered fish and seafood flavour, with a very drinkable smoky soup that I finished, al dente ramen, perfect onsen egg, and thick and tasty cha shu.
Just like a relic in the museum, hawker culture anchors our identity to a distant past, constantly reminding us of our shared heritage.
Margaret Drive Sin Kee Chicken Rice, one of the top chicken rice stalls from the Hawkers.
The rice was I thought the gold standard of chicken rice – moist, oily, flavourful and fragrant with chicken stock and oil, garlic, onions and lemongrass etc.
Sin Kee is a well-known name among chicken rice stalls in Singapore, mainly serving poached chicken rice Cantonese-style.
243 Holland Avenue, Singapore 278977, open Mon to Sun 11am to 2:30pm, 5:30 to 9:30pm
日式炸猪排是这里的主打之一，黑豚炸猪排（Kurobuta Rosu Katsu, $17.50）厚片里脊肉，外层裹上日本面包屑，完美油炸，外层酥脆爽口，里层鲜美多汁，搭配清爽包菜丝去油解腻。
Their grilled fishes were quite nicely done and there's a kaisen chahan that was unexpectedly peppery. The latter wasn't a bad thing.
While spicy food like this is not often my ideal choice of food selection, it will be unlikely that I will be back again for it.
At last I have tried this. Nothing earth shattering, but good hearty spicy tofu with just a bit of bite, and qq, savoury and spicy dan dan noodles.
Chen's Mapo Tofu, the affordable sister concept of Chen Kentaro's two-Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant Shisen Hanten opens its second outlet at Star Vista in the West.
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First impression counts and the thing that intrigued me when I walked past One Fattened Calf (OFC) a few weeks ago was that it would take ...
Another homegrown brand, One Fattened Calf is opened by a husband and wife duo serving delicious hearty burgers.
The time-limit was good to prevent us from over-ordering and over-eating.
Fans of the ramen place can rejoice because they have launched a Hearty Shrimp broth made from big prawns baked, hand ground till fine and simmered for more than eight hours with premium conpoy, clams and spices for more oomph.
Enjoying the food with a group of friends at Beauty In The Pot at The Star Vista is surely a good way to end the work week and especially for supper.
Food at Tai Cheong Bakery is classic Hong Kong tea house cuisine, focusing on snack, desserts, and light bites.
Order this to try as we saw most of the table ordering it! Turn out it was good. I can taste the truffle in every bite and the cheese was well spreaded.
Overall, Tai Cheong Bakery definitely served the comfort food that the Hong Kongers have on daily basis. It is good, but don't expect extraordinary stuff. We'll definitely make a return visit, just not very keen on spending too much time lining up. Cheers!!
Not bad - those ribs were reasonably tender and easily slid off the bone.
We though well of the Morganfield’s Sumptuous Christmas Feast 2017 and will surely recommend the Crackling Pork/Crispy Golden Pork, Candide’s Bacon and Morgan’s Christmas Feast.
Morganfield Christmas menu has been a merry host to my taste buds and it should be one towards you too.
I will be back again to try their Sautéed Beef Cube with garlic and others.
Nevertheless, it looks so good so I’ll be popping by again on a treat-myself day!
The Lu Rou Fan or braised pork rice was really quite good, generous and 不手软 with the fatty pork, so much so that the whole bowl was moist and full of pork lard fragrance, flavourful of solid braising sauce, and went down super easily and quickly.
The San Cubano was not bad, with the thinly-sliced roast pork shoulder filling moist and flavourful, nicely paired with the ham, cheese, pickles, crusty toasted bread and sriracha mayo. Not a bad sandwich.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to feast on restaurant food that’s made extremely affordable in a casual, unpretentious environment!
Timbre+ really is a whole new ballpark in Singapore’s food scene. With restaurant-grade food and hawker foods all conveniently situated in this new urban hangout in the heartlands, it’s a food hall you have to visit because it really is just that cool. Read more: http://sethlui.com/timbre-plus-container-foodpark-singapore/#ixzz4OcyG087o
If you are a cockles lover, this plate of CKT might disappoint you. Not only that their cockles are tiny, but they also do not allow adding of cockles too.
It was a special joy as I had been waiting to taste this CKT again for a very long time, one of Singapore's most famous fried kway teow.
I will definitely eat this again when I swing by the hawker centre with my family.
Canopy HortPark ia an all-day dining restaurant surrounded by lush greenery - for brunch, pastas, burgers as well as mains like Angus Ribeye
The food at Canopy HortPark is not particularly outstanding, with improvements needed in some dishes such as the Dry-Aged Beef Burger.
If you love dining in Singapore’s parks and gardens, or love being in lush green spaces, you will love the recently opened Canopy Garden Dining at HortPark. This is Canopy’s 2nd outlet …
a meal at Uncle Ho Tuck Shop just might make us think again. Cheekily named after Vietnamese revolutionary Ho Chi Minh, this casual self-service eatery was recommended by my Makan Kaki
Honestly, this bun cha didn’t sweep me off my feet.
I thus wished that their kitchen had handled things a bit differently. But I was still happy to have come here, and suspect that I will be coming back here again, especially since I didn't get a chance to try their phở this time.
The homeliness of the cuisine was felt through the dish. Though the price may be considered pricey, their portion made justice to what we were paying for. It is hardly that we come across a good authentic Italian place like this. I don't mind looking into other items in the menu if I'm back here again.
The ribeye steak with red wine sauce turned out as well as the fish. Together with the cod, it was an enjoyable western food takeaway lunch. A change from the bentos and zi char food that we tend to gravitate towards.
The lasagne was good but nothing to rave about. The taste was authentic but we think it could have done better with more meat. We would definitely try the 1-for-1 La Nonna takeaway promotion again. It is a good deal if you are looking for unpretentious Italian fare at reasonable prices. Maybe next time round we would order the La Nonna pizza again but try another pasta.
That's their bacon steak. Thick cut, salty an meaty with fat and smokiness.
We liked their capped loin of lamb enough to order them again even though we had a bad one at Suntec.
Had an unexpectedly decent teh with milk served in a beer mug. The hot tea had the right amount of condensed milk and creaminess that I thought was enjoyable.
Monki 台灣小吃部 was previously at Holland Village and they have relocated to The Star Vista. Perhaps due to the restrictions in travelling, the urge and the constant search for Taiwanese Food seem unstoppable.
Very complex, tasty, moist and generous braised meat, with a strong sweet flavour. 肥瘦参半的肉燥. Nice bowl.
While this place serves up a mean plate of lu rou fan, its portion would have me think twice about coming back for it. That being said, the snowflake desserts are worth trying.
So apparently this is a well-known stall from Holland Close, but I had never heard of them until I came across a pop-up of theirs next to Marina Bay Sands today.
If Holland Close is out of the way for you, their e-commerce stall is still up and running, with exclusive dishes such as Original Tom Yum Collagen Soup for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.
really good! hum fresh sweet & very clean.